Philanthropy Leadership Award
For an individual, family, group or foundation or other entity that through their leadership, advocacy, practice and example has contributed significantly to the arts and encouraged philanthropic giving to the arts.
Philanthropy Leadership Award Criteria
- The nominee has a strong record of philanthropic support for the arts.
- The nominee’s commitment to the arts has been sustained over a period of time.
- The nominee is recognised as a leader in changing attitudes to the value of supporting the arts through personal leadership and advocacy.
- The nominee’s impact on the arts is recognised and acknowledged by the philanthropic and arts sectors.
2021 John Wylie AM & Myriam Boisbouvier-Wylie
2020 Maureen Wheeler AO & Tony Wheeler AO
2019 John Gandel AC & Pauline Gandel AC
2018 Tim Fairfax AC and Gina Fairfax
2017 Andrew Cameron AM & Cathy Cameron
2016 Naomi Milgrom AC
2013 Betty Amsden AO
2012 Patrick Corrigan AM
2011 Tim Fairfax AM & Peter Weiss AM
2010 Simon Mordant AM & Catriona Mordant
2009 Philip Bacon AM
2008 Robert Albert AO
2007 The Belgiorno-Nettis family
2006 John B Reid AO
2005 The Nelson Meers Foundation
2004 The Myer family
View our previous Philanthropy Leadership Award recipient’s videos for inspiration on your nomination.
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Emerging Philanthropy Leadership Award
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